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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Work in rural areas, docs urged - The Times of India

The two-day workshop organized at community medicine department of Mahatma Gandhi Medical College came to an end on Saturday. The workshop was held to enable the students select topics for the community-based research programme, which is a part of their curriculum.

On the second day, students of final year presented their papers on several topics including concerns over public health. They also presented research works done by their seniors in the previous years. Chief guest, state health minister Mahendra Hardia, appreciated the work done by the students. He also encouraged students to work in rural areas and slums to research on the health-related problems of the people.

The minister said that health department will fund projects that are related with healthcare in rural areas. Lending an ear to the problems of medical teachers association, the minister promised to revise the pay of teachers as per UGC norms. Hardia said the decision on this will be taken at the earliest. The minister also promised to give non-practising allowance to the teachers of eight non-clinical subjects in the college as per the sixth pay commission.

The minister asked the HoD of the community medicine department Dr Sanjay Dixit to carry out more research projects which would be of significance for the people of the state. Dean Medical College Dr Pushpa Verma was also present on the occasion. The members in the gathering raised a few concerns with the minister about the college and the basic amenities meant for the patients.


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